标签: Supersonic Flight

历史性的X-1E展望未来

The supersonic X-1E research aircraft was the last of NASA’s experimental X-1 series of aircraft. From 1955-1958, it made 26 flights and one captive flight (attached to a carrier aircraft). Research flights took place over what is now NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California. In this photo from November 2021, the X-1E looks toward...

窥探X-59的测试室

左图:位于德克萨斯州圣安东尼奥的KBR设施的低压舱,通过降低舱内的气压来模拟非常高的海拔高度。舱内的实验对象经历了在更高海拔处存在的减压条件,在这种情况下,海拔高达60,000英尺。 右图:一名军事测试志愿者在接受快速减压前,穿着防护装备呼吸氧气。测试的目的是验证他使用和佩戴的设备以及生命支持系统都能正常工作。 影像来源:NASA 对于NASA的静音超音速飞行团队来说,安全是最重要的,他们正在为X-59静音超音速技术(QueSST)飞机未来的飞行测试做准备,并取得了长足的进步。为了给我们的飞行员实现最安全的环境和飞机,NASA正在与承包商KBR合作,并依靠他们的专业知识来确保飞机符合生命支持和紧急氧气系统达到所需的标准。 NASA的X-59是一架研究型飞机,旨在通过其安静的超音速技术和设计特点来消除音爆的轰鸣声...

更安静的超音速飞机的可视化影像

NASA’s X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology X-plane is designed to fly faster than the speed of sound without producing sonic booms – those loud, startling noises which can be disruptive to humans and animals. Currently, commercial aircraft aren’t allowed to fly faster than the speed of sound over land because of the objectionable sonic booms they cause fo...

NASA X-59发动机进气口的视图

NASA’s X-59 requires the use of creative and strategic supersonic technologies to control and soften the jarring sound that hits the ground as the aircraft flies faster than the speed of sound. One of these creative technologies is the placement of the X-59 engine inlet. This visual is a closeup looking downstream inside of the X-59’s engine inlet where, lat...